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Community health nursing notes
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Name:______________________________________________ Date: _____________________ 
Situation: The Community Health Nurse conducts home visit to families in thecommunity.
1. Planning for a home visit is an essential tool in achieving best results in health care. Thefollowing are the principles, except:a.Home visit should have a purposeb.Plans are based on available information including those from other agencies thatmay have rendered services to the family.c.Planning of continuing care must be developed by the nurse.d.Planning should be flexible and practical.2. A significant factor in determining the frequency of the home visit is the:a.Continuing care involving individual and family.b.Policy of the local government.c.Acceptance of the family of the service offered.d.Purpose of the visit.3. The following are steps in home visit:1- Wash hands2- Explain purpose of the visit3- Place bag in convenient place4- Introduce self a. 1, 4, 2, 3c. 1, 2, 3, 4b. 4, 2, 3, 1d. 4, 3, 2, 14. The purpose of the first home visit is to:a.Develop a health care plan to the family.b.Make personal account of the family’s health situation.c.Assess family situation through initial data base.d.Promote health of the family.5. To ensure that the nurse can perform nursing procedures with ease and deftness, savingtime and effort with the end in view of rendering effective nursing care, he/she must:
a.
Apply nursing processc. Develop a family care plan
 b.
Perform bag techniqued. Prioritize family health nursing problems
Situation: Health promotion at the community level.
6. The Basic aim of the CH nurse in health promotion is:a.Health protection of each and every individual in the communityb.Physical and mental health of families in the communityc.Enabling people to assume usual functions the soonest possible timed.Increase the level of wellness to the optimum7. In promoting the health of the population groups the CH nurse embarks on the followingactivities, except:a.Sex education to high school studentsb.Giving advice on balanced diet to adolescentsc.Strengthening support networks for womend.Immediate referral of drug dependents in the community8. Which of the following is a health promotion activity?a.Use of alternative treatment modalities like phranic healing and acupressureb.Administration of chemoprophylaxisc.Growth monitoring and promotion of other components of the under-five careprogramd.Selective periodic examination9. An example of self-care activity in health promotion is:
a.
Self-injection of insulinc. Self learning
 b.
Self-dressingd. Self-breast exam
 _____________________________________________________________________________  _ 
 
10. In propagating individual wellness in the community, the CH nurse promotes
a.
Immunizationc. Personal hygiene
 b.
Healthy normsd. Healthy lifestyles
Situation
:
The Sentrong Sigla Movement (SSM) promotes availability of qualityhealth services in health centers and hospitals and to make these servicesaccessible to every Filipino
11. The SSM is in accordance to the mission statement of the Department of Health which is:a.Health for all Filipinosb.Health for all in 2000 and health in the hands of the people in 2020c.Health for all in 2000 and beyondd.In partnership with the people, provision of access, equity and quality health servicesto the marginalized segments of the population12. SSM is done in collaboration between the DOH and the:
a.
LGUc. Peopleb.NGOsd. Private sector13. The promotion of the concept of health as personal responsibility is in an element of thisSSM pillar:
a.
Quality assurance pillarc. Health promotionb.Grants and technical assistanced. Award14. Program categories of the SSM include the following, except:
a.
STD/AIDS Prevention and Controlc. Family Planning Program
 b.
Cancer Control Programd. Voluntary Blood Donation Program15. The expected result of SSM is empowering individuals to:a.Demand for quality health servicesb.Develop quality services for health providersc.Develop system for surveillance / meritsd.Advocate for laws that promote health
Situation: The CH Nurse must be adept with the concepts and principles of CHN
16. The ultimate goal of CHN is:a.Health promotion and disease preventionb.Upholding the worth and dignity of manc.Enhancing health capabilities of the people towards self-reliance in healthd.Raising the level of health of the citizenry17. The primary goal of CHN is:a.Health promotion and disease preventionb.Upholding the worth and dignity of manc.Enhancing health capabilities of the people towards self-reliance in healthd.Raising the level of health of the citizenry18. The focus of CHN is:a.Health promotion and disease preventionb.Upholding the worth and dignity of manc.Enhancing health capabilities of the people towards self-reliance in healthd.Raising the level of health of the citizenry19. The philosophy of CHN isa.Health promotion and disease preventionb.Upholding the worth and dignity of manc.Enhancing health capabilities of the people towards self-reliance in healthd.Raising the level of health of the citizenry20. The theoretical bases of CH nursing practice are theories and principles of:
a.
Nursingc. Community Development
 b.
Public healthd. Nursing & Public Health
Situation: The levels of clientele in CHN
 
 _____________________________________________________________________________  _ 
 
21. The client in the community health nursing is:a.Individual that is identified as a bio-psycho-social and spiritual beingb.Family as a socialization unit and undergoing different stages of developmentc.Group of people sharing common characteristics and interests in a particular aread.Population aggregates that require specialized care22 .The focus of care in CHN is the:
a.
Individualc. Community
 b.
Familyd. Population group23. In health promotion of the family as level of clientele in CHN, the focus will be thepromotion of healthy:
a.
Practicesc. Behaviors and beliefs
 b.
Normsd. Habits24. In the mental health promotion of young adults, the following can be established by theCH nurse, except:a.Setting up a community-based theater groupb.Facilitating a sports festival for the youthc.Installation of a watch committee for users and pushers of prohibited drugsd.Initiating the formation of youth clubs in the community25. In conducting a health promotion campaign to reach out the broadest members of thecommunity, the best method is:
a.
 Television pluggingc. Radio blitz and spots
 b.
Community newsletterd. Community assembly
Situation: The use of Herbal Medicine
26. For Diarrhea, stomachache, we can use the leaves of:
a.
Lagundi c. Yerba Buena
 b.
Sambongd. Tsaang gubat27. For asthma, cough, fever, dysentery one may use:
a.
Lagundi c. Yerba Buena
 b.
Sambongd. Tsaang gubat28. For urolithiasis, edema, and diuresis, makes a decoction of:
a.
Lagundi c. Yerba Buena
 b.
Sambongd. Tsaang gubat29. For rheumatism, headache, coughs and colds, toothache with swollen gums, use leavesof:
a.
Lagundi c. Yerba Buena
 b.
Sambongd. Tsaang gubat30. For tinea flava, athlete’s foot and scabies, the medicinal plant of choice is:
a.
Bayabasc. Niyug-Niyogan
 b.
Akapulkod. Ulasimang bato
Situation: Communicable Disease Control Program is one component of CHNservices. The nurse utilizes her concepts on disease prevention.
31. The best strategy in the prevention of communicable disease is:
a.
Immunization / chemoprophylaxisc. Correct diagnosis and treatment
 b.
Screeningd. Health education32. For tuberculosis, screening is appropriately done through:
a.
Mass screeningc. Contact-tracing
 b.
Case finding d. Surveillance33. In HIV infection, the ELISA test is not a confirmatory test because it has:a.High sensitivity and low specificity
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